Artificial Neural Network Based Byzantine Agreement Protocol
Second Edition (version 2.0) publicly archived online on 10 April 2010
Language English; Chinese; Japanese; Korean; Vietnamese
Book contributor Kok-Wah Lee @ Xpree Jinhua Li
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This research-prone master's degree thesis is conceptualized, prepared, and written by Kok-Wah Lee @ Xpree Li on the application of artificial neural network (ANN) to simulate individual human thinking and human communications network for solving Byzantine Generals Problem (BGP) towards a Byzantine Agreement Protocol (BAP) in the simplest environment of computer communications network.
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